Visitation of Leicestershire [manuscript], 1619.


Lennard, Samson, d. 1633. Visitation of Leicestershire [manuscript], 1619.

Visitation of Leicestershire [manuscript], 1619.

Notes of the coats-of-arms of Leicestershire families, said in a note to be the visitation taken by Lennard and Augustine Vincent, 1619, leaf 111v. Also, (1) "The visitation of Lincoln made anno 1634" by Henry Chitting and Thomas Thompson, similar in content to the Leicestershire material leaf 4; (2) Fragmenta regalia ... by Sir Robert Naunton, 1640, leaf 19; (3) The earl of Strafford characterized in a letter to a friend, 1641, leaf 71; (4) The speech of Mr. lydell [Plydell], esq. in Parliament, February 8, 1640/41, leaf 83 printed in Rushworth, III, 1363; (5) A prescription of Sir Henry Halford, bart., January 22, 1823, leaf 112; (6) Notes on the Thorn family, by William Thorn, M.D. and others, ca. 1835-ca. 1900, scattered throughout the volume.

113 leaves : coats of arms.

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